- Honkai: Star Rail
Honkai: Star Rail” is a mobile game developed and published by miHoYo, the same studio behind popular titles such as “Genshin Impact” and “Honkai Impact 3rd”. The game is set in a futuristic world where humanity has been forced to live in floating cities to escape the devastation caused by the Honkai, a mysterious force that can corrupt living organisms and turn them into monstrous creatures.
In “Honkai: Star Rail”, players take on the role of Rail Warriors, a special group of soldiers tasked with defending the Star Rail, a massive train that travels through the sky between the floating cities. The game features fast-paced combat that combines traditional hack-and-slash mechanics with a variety of powerful skills and abilities.
Players can collect and upgrade a roster of characters, each with their own unique abilities and playstyles. They can also team up with other players to take on challenging co-op missions and compete against each other in PvP battles.
- Path of Exile Mobile
“Path of Exile Mobile” is an upcoming mobile version of the popular action role-playing game “Path of Exile” developed by Grinding Gear Games. The game is set in a dark fantasy world and features a deep character customization system, challenging gameplay, and a rich storyline.
In “Path of Exile Mobile”, players will be able to create their own unique characters, choose from a variety of classes, and customize their skills and abilities.
The game will offer a similar gameplay experience to the PC version, including a large variety of items, complex crafting systems, and challenging boss fights.
The mobile version will also feature a new control scheme optimized for touchscreens, which will allow players to navigate the game’s complex systems and menus with ease. The game will also include social features that allow players to team up with others and take on challenges together.
- Rainbow Six Mobile
“Rainbow Six Mobile” is an upcoming mobile version of the popular tactical shooter game franchise “Rainbow Six” developed by Ubisoft. The game is expected to feature similar gameplay to the PC and console versions, with a focus on team-based tactics and intense combat.
In “Rainbow Six Mobile”, players will be able to choose from a variety of operators with unique abilities and gadgets, and work together to complete objectives such as rescuing hostages, defusing bombs, or securing areas. The game is expected to feature both PvP multiplayer modes and PvE co-op missions.
The mobile version will also include features designed specifically for touchscreens, such as an intuitive control scheme and simplified user interface. The developers have also promised regular updates and new content to keep the game fresh and engaging.
- Warcraft Arclight Rumble
“Warcraft Arclight Rumble” is indeed a mobile game developed by NetEase Games in partnership with Blizzard Entertainment. The game is currently only available in China and has not been released globally yet.
“Warcraft Arclight Rumble” is a team-based strategy game set in the Warcraft universe. Players can choose from a variety of heroes, each with their own unique abilities and playstyles, and work together to defeat enemy teams in tactical battles.
The game features both PvP and PvE modes, with players able to participate in ranked matches, guild battles, and a variety of other challenges. It also includes a social system that allows players to team up with friends and interact with other players in real-time.
Overall, “Warcraft Arclight Rumble” is a high-quality mobile game that offers a unique and engaging experience for fans of the Warcraft franchise. However, as of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, there was no information on when the game might be released globally outside of China.
- Pokemon Sleep
“Pokémon Sleep” is an upcoming mobile game from The Pokémon Company that is designed to track players’ sleep patterns and use that information to affect gameplay. The game is being developed in collaboration with Niantic, the company behind “Pokémon GO,” and a mobile app development company called Select Button.
The idea behind “Pokémon Sleep” is to incentivize players to establish healthy sleep habits by making gameplay more rewarding based on how well they sleep. The game will use a device called the Pokémon GO Plus +, which can be placed next to the player’s pillow to track their sleep patterns throughout the night.
In addition to tracking sleep, “Pokémon Sleep” is also expected to offer various gameplay features, including new Pokémon that are exclusive to the game, as well as connectivity with “Pokémon GO” and other Pokémon games.
- Roller Champions
Ubisoft created and released the free-to-play sports game “Roller Champions.” Players compete in teams of three against one another in a futuristic arena during a high-speed roller skating competition.
The goal of the game is to pick up a ball and run a set number of laps around the arena while avoiding and tackling members of the opposing team. A team scores more points the more laps they complete with the ball in their possession. At the conclusion of the game, the team with the most points wins.
In “Roller Champions,” players can customise their characters and equipment to match their play style. Game modes include quick match, ranked play, and tournament modes.
The game was released in alpha and beta testing phases in 2019 and 2020, respectively, and was officially launched in June 2021 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch.
“Propnight” is a multiplayer horror game developed by Vidibidi Games. The game is heavily inspired by the popular game mode “Prop Hunt” from the “Call of Duty” series, in which players can transform into objects in the game world and hide from the opposing team.
In “Propnight,” players can choose to play as either a survivor or a hunter. Survivors are tasked with finding and collecting items scattered around the game world while avoiding detection from the hunters. Hunters, on the other hand, must search for and eliminate the survivors before time runs out.
One unique feature of “Propnight” is the ability for players to transform into not just objects, but also creatures. Players can use this ability to deceive their opponents and gain an advantage.
“Propnight” also features a variety of game modes, including solo and multiplayer modes, as well as customizable maps and settings.
As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, “Propnight” was available for purchase on the Steam platform for PC.
- Call of duty: Warzone Mobile
“Call of Duty: Warzone” is a free-to-play battle royale game that has been incredibly successful on PC and console platforms, and it’s possible that Activision may consider developing a mobile version of the game in the future.
If such a mobile version were to be released, it would likely follow the same general gameplay mechanics as the PC and console versions, with players dropping onto a large map and fighting to be the last one standing.
Call of Duty: Warzone is available to play on PlayStation 4, Windows, and Xbox One and also in the upcoming time for Android and IOS.
- Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis
Square Enix’s “Final Fantasy 7: Ever Crisis” is an upcoming mobile game. The game will retell the story of the original “Final Fantasy VII” game as well as its related media, such as the “Compilation of Final Fantasy VII” series and the film “Advent Children.”
“Ever Crisis” is a single-player, episodic RPG, with each chapter focusing on a different aspect of the “Final Fantasy VII” story. The game has new graphics and gameplay mechanics, including a new “Command Selection” battle system that allows players to strategically choose their actions during combat.
The game also includes a new system called “Material Fusion,” which allows players to upgrade their weapons and abilities by combining various materials and items.
- Valorant Mobile
“Valorant” is a popular team-based tactical shooter game developed by Riot Games. As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, there was no official release date or confirmation from Riot Games regarding a mobile version of “Valorant.” However, there have been rumors and speculations that the company is considering developing a mobile version of the game in the future.
If such a mobile version were to be released, it would likely follow the same gameplay mechanics as the PC version, with players forming teams and competing in matches where one team tries to plant a bomb while the other tries to prevent it. The mobile version would need to be optimized for touch controls, and it remains to be seen if it would feature cross-platform play with the PC version.
Riot Games has previously released a mobile version of their popular game “League of Legends” called “Wild Rift,” so it’s possible that they may consider a mobile version of “Valorant” in the future. However, for now, there has been no official announcement or confirmation from the company.